Resolve windows installer error 1719 with Windows Vista Help
Do you know that programs downloaded or contained in a CD don’t copy files on to the system by themselves? Well, for your information, it’s the Windows Installer that does the job. However, the Windows Vista help team has reported that Windows Installer could sometimes encounter the ‘error 1719’, leading to unsuccessful installation of programs. The Windows Vista help team suggests the following steps to resolve the issue.
Update the Windows Registry
The Windows Vista help team says that in some cases the culprit could be corrupt or missing files in the system registry. In such cases, the following steps are to be taken:
- Go to “Start” and click the “Run” option.
- In the textbox type “cmd” and then press “Enter”.
- The next step is crucial and the Windows help team says that you need to be very careful while doing it.
- Carefully type the command “regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\msi” in the textbox and press “Enter”.
- Wait while the re-registration takes place.
According to the Windows Vista help team, if it’s an issue with your system registry, it would be resolved by now. If not, it’s certainly a problem with your Windows Installer, for which the Windows Vista help team recommends a reinstallation. You can easily do the reinstallation with the following steps.
Reinstall ‘Windows Installer’
- Go to the Microsoft Download Center for the Windows Installer 4.5 Redistributable web page.
- Scroll down and select “Download” for the version that is compatible with your Windows Vista operating system.
The Windows Vista help team says that it’s likely to be the file “Windows6.0-MB942288-v2-x86.msu” for most users.
- Next, save the file on to a convenient location. The Windows Vista help team prefers your desktop for this.
- Double click the downloaded file to run the installation. When you have completed the installation the Windows Vista help team strongly suggests that you restart the system.
When the above steps are done, you are sure to have resolved the errors with your Windows installer, thanks to the Windows Vista help team.
Fix Port 80 errors with these troubleshooting steps by the Windows Vista help team
An HTTP client needs a port for accessing the data to and from the server. When a program is not able to access the network through that port, you are bound to get a Port 80 error. The Windows Vista help team has the solution for this error.
Troubleshooting steps by the Windows Vista help team for the Port 80 error
According to the Windows Vista help team, if your firewall is not configured properly, you may be hit by Port 80 error. Tweaking the firewall settings can solve this error. The troubleshooting steps by the Windows Vista help team for this are as follows.
- In the Search box of the Start menu, type Security Center.
- Select Windows Firewall and choose Change Settings.
- The Windows Vista help team says you need to select Add Programs from the Exceptionstab.
- Click on the program that caused the Port 80 error.
- The Windows Vista help team suggests clicking on Add button after checking the program name.
- Restart your system.
Following these troubleshooting steps should solve your problem.
The system ports may not start or stop working without any obvious reasons. If this creates problems with Internet connectivity, you have to reset Port 80. The Windows Vista help team says that resetting ports is very easy to accomplish. You just have to reset your modem and router. Following are the steps for the same:
- Power off the modem and the router and unplug them from the power cord.
- Restart the system. Wait for the start up to complete.
- The Windows Vista help team advices that you wait for a few minutes and then re-plug the modem and router and turn them on.
- Connect the system with the network devices.
Following these steps will reset your ports and resolve your issue.